20.04.2024 - 30.04.2024
Yoga Styles: Arm Balancing
Find your strength and defy gravity! Dive right into the world of arm balancing postures, where your body and mind team up for an extraordinary challenge.
It takes courage to balance your bodyweight on your hands. But with consistent practice, something magical happens—you start feeling more confident and in tune with your body's wisdom.
As you explore arm balance poses, the secret ingredients are focus and concentration. Staying in these poses and mastering them depend on how well you can concentrate. If your mind wanders off, success might slip through your fingers. Remember, just like in all things Yoga, being present is the ultimate key!
This 50 hours arm balancing course is for everyone, who is looking for a new way to challenge body and mind.
This course is embedded in the YACEP programme of Yoga Alliance and you can add the 50 hours of this course to your continuous education hours.
Step by step we will prepare your body for the more advanced postures, build your confidence and inspire your practice.
We will practice arm balancing asanas every day. In our asana lab during this 50 h arm balancing training, you will learn how to warm up your whole body to ensure a safe practice.
This includes arm Balancing Warm-up Asanas for
~ Full body
You will learn different kinds of Indian push-ups to progressively improve your strength and to prepare for more advanced arm balancing asanas.
~ Bakasana – Crane pose
~ Parsva Bakasana – Twisted Crane Posture
~ Eka Pada Bakasana – One Legged Crane pose
~ Kakasana- Crow pose
~ Bhujapidasana- Shoulder pressing pose
~ Bramcharyasana- Celibate’s pose
~ Chaturanga Dandasana- Four Limbed Staff Pose
~ Dwi Hasta Bhujasana- two hands and arms pose
~ Dwi Pad Koundinyasana – Twised crow pose with straight legs
~ Eka Pada Koundinyasana 1 – Twisted one legged arm balance
~ Eka Pada Kondinyasana 2- Flying Splits
~ Kukkutasana – Cockerel/Rooster Pose
~ Kumbhakasana – Dolphin plank posture
~ Lolasana- Pendant posture
~ Mayurasana – Peacock Posture
~ Padma Mayurasana- Lotus peacock posture
~ Pincha Mayurasana- Feathered peacock pose- Forearm balance
~ Santolasana- high plank postures
~ Tittibhasana – Firefly Posture
~ Urdhva Kukkutasana – upward rooster posture
~ Utpluthih – Uprooting
~ Adho Mukha Vrikshasana – Handstand pose
~ Astavakrasana – Eight angle posture
In our theory sessions, we'll revisit Patanjali's Ashtanga Yoga —the eightfold path— which lays the cornerstone for embracing a yogic lifestyle. While the practice of asanas is important for cultivating physical strength and flexibility, its ultimate purpose is to ready our bodies for comfortable, extended periods of meditation.
Additionally, to the bandhas, that help to lift and retain prana within the body to increase stability Mudras are great allies to control prana. They increase hand dexterity, strength and harmonize the elements within.
Mastering arm balancing asanas with efficiency and safety requires an understanding of skeletal and muscular systems, along with core and spine anatomy. Our special attention will be on hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. As you learn more about bone alignment, you'll discover that certain poses are more attainable than you once believed.
In this 50 hour arm balancing yoga teacher training in Germany you will learn how to:
~ Integrate arm balancing asanas in your practice and classes
~ Create a safe and effective sequence
~ verbally and physically assist your students in the postures
~ Utilize bone-on-bone alignment for more ease in the asanas
~ Increase arm strength over time
~ Effectively warm up your body
~ Protect your joints through safe alignment and the use of props
~ Cool down after the arm balancing sequence
Before joining Anandam Yoga School’s 50 Hours Arm Balancing Training in Germany Course, you have to fulfill this eligibility criteria.
The time schedule is not fixed and can change according to location, teacher availability, weather conditions and general situation.